- How CSoreX Works
How CSoreX Works
The Science Behind CSoreX™
Cold sores occur when the cold sore virus (Herpes Simplex Virus 1, or HSV-1) activates in your body, usually triggered by a stressor. Common stressors include certain foods, emotional/physical stress, fever, colds, allergies, menstruation, sunlight, sunburn, dehydration, or local skin trauma; Not exactly avoidable elements of ordinary life.
Once triggered, the virus fuses with one of your cells, injects its DNA, and tricks your own cells into creating more viruses. These viruses in turn infect other cells, and the process repeats again and again, ultimately resulting in a painful and embarrassing outbreak. The viral fusion/replication process continues for several days, prolonging your outbreak with new active viruses. This is why cold sores last for so long; the outbreak can’t heal while active viruses are replicating, so each new virus prolongs your outbreak.
Unfortunately, there are no known cures for HSV-1, so once present in your body, the virus cannot be eliminated. That’s the bad news. The good news is, while you may be stuck with the cold sore virus, you don’t have to be stuck with cold sores.
The CSoreX supplement is a proven viral fusion inhibitor*, which means CSoreX gets in the way of the virus’ fusion process, cutting off the fuel that prolongs your outbreak. If the virus can’t fuse with your cells, it can’t replicate. No replication means no new viruses prolonging your outbreak, and the healing process can begin immediately. Say goodbye to your cold sore in just days!
Even better than quickly eliminating your current outbreak…
CSoreX is formulated to be taken every day to prevent viral fusion before it starts, so your body is always armed with an extra layer of protection against the HSV-1 virus. If we can prevent the virus from fusing to your cells in the first place, even when your body’s natural defense systems are impaired by the inevitable stressors, we can effectively prevent cold sore outbreaks altogether.
No more cold sores, ever again.
* See Scientific Publications supporting CSoreX as a viral fusion inhibitor.
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